Data Centre Cooling
Data centre cooling, humidity, and temperate control solutions throughout the UK – provided by Newsome.
As one of the UK’s leading providers of temperature and humidity control equipment and support services, Newsome can deliver the latest data centre temperature control solutions on a permanent, temporary, or emergency hire basis to provide the right level of cooling or dehumidification you need, when you need it, for as long as you need it.
At Newsome, we provide a range of bespoke temperature and humidity control solutions that will optimise the performance of your data centre, help reduce its running costs, and maximise the reliability of the servers within the data centre.
As the world becomes more digital, the demand for data centres continues to grow. These facilities house critical data and IT infrastructure, which require optimal operating conditions to ensure their longevity and reliability. One of the critical requirements for data centres is cooling, as the heat generated by servers and other equipment can cause damage and even failure.
Data centres are facilities that store and manage data and IT infrastructure, making them critical to the operations of modern businesses and organisations. These centres can range from small server rooms to large, purpose-built facilities, but regardless of their size, they all have one thing in common – they generate a lot of heat.
Heat is generated by the servers and other IT equipment in data centres, and if not properly managed, it can cause equipment failure, reduced performance, and even data loss. To prevent these issues, data centres need to be cooled.
There are several types of data centre cooling solutions available, including:
Air conditioning: Air conditioning is the most common method of cooling data centres. It involves using air conditioning units to cool the air in the room and maintain a constant temperature.
Liquid cooling: Liquid cooling involves the use of water or other cooling liquids to remove heat from IT equipment. It is more efficient than air conditioning and can be used in high-density server environments.
Evaporative cooling: Evaporative cooling is a process that uses water to cool the air. It is an energy-efficient cooling solution that can be used in dry climates.
Free cooling: Free cooling involves using outdoor air to cool the data centre. It is an energy-efficient cooling solution that can be used in cooler climates.
Heat pumps: Heat pumps can be used to transfer heat from the data centre to the outside air. They are an energy-efficient cooling solution that can be used in colder climates.
Immersion cooling: Immersion cooling involves submerging IT equipment in a non-conductive liquid to remove heat. It is a highly efficient cooling solution that can be used in high-density server environments.
Each of these cooling solutions has its advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of the cooling solution depends on several factors, such as the size of the data centre, the climate in which it is located, and the IT equipment being used. Talk to us and we can help establish the best solution for your data centre and the issues you are facing.
Why it is critical to manage the temperature within data centres.
Prevents Overheating – Servers and other IT equipment generate a significant amount of heat, and if this heat is not removed, the equipment can overheat, causing damage and even failure. This is why it is crucial to keep the temperature in data centres within a specific range to prevent overheating.
Ensures Optimal Performance – Cooling data centres also helps to ensure that equipment operates at its optimal performance level. When equipment overheats, it can slow down or even shut down, leading to downtime and reduced productivity. By keeping the temperature in data centres within a specific range, the equipment can operate at its optimal level, ensuring that the business can continue to run smoothly.
Increases Equipment Lifespan – When IT equipment operates at high temperatures, it can reduce the lifespan of the equipment. Cooling data centres can help to increase the lifespan of the equipment by reducing the stress on the components caused by high temperatures.
Saves Energy – Cooling data centres can also help to save energy. By using efficient cooling methods, data centres can reduce their energy consumption, leading to lower energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint.
Why choose Newsome to provide data centre cooling solutions?
With over 40 years of experience providing bespoke cooling, dehumidification, and temperature management solutions throughout the UK, if you want expertise in solving your data centre cooling issues then you have certainly come to the right place. We are here to help; we have the experience, knowledge, and equipment you need, ready to deliver on-site when needed. Whether it’s a short-term rental, or you are looking to purchase the equipment outright, make sure your next data centre cooling project or purchase is managed by Newsome.
- Our fleet of modern evaporative cooler equipment is available to buy via our sales team, or hire, and provides reliable, quiet operation and low running costs.
- Our comprehensive range of evaporative coolers provides solutions for many cooling applications and sizes of facilities available throughout the UK.
- We have been providing specialist advice, equipment sales, hire, and maintenance services in temperature and humidity control, including evaporative coolers, for over 40 years from our head office facility here in West Yorkshire.
- All evaporative coolers are fully tested before sale, hire, and dispatch to ensure the equipment works perfectly when it arrives on-site with minimal installation time required.
- Our flexible approach and substantial stock availability enable us to provide evaporative coolers for hire across factories, industrial sites, and multi-site facilities.
- Newsome provides 24/7 support for our clients, which ensures our hire and sales equipment keeps operating and remains in tip-top working condition throughout your chosen rental period or equipment lifecycle.
- If you are unsure of your evaporative cooler requirements, one of our experienced engineering staff can visit you on-site to carry out a site survey and make a recommendation on the correct evaporative coolers units that will meet your needs.
- Newsome’s knowledgeable evaporative cooler hire and maintenance support team can advise you on how to get the perfect cooler solution for your business needs.
- We offer very competitive hire rates and flexible hire periods (including try-before-you-buy on some of our equipment) to suit the temperature control demands of your business.
- We are very competitively priced for all evaporative coolers sales and hire contracts.